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Second wave of COVID-19

Normalcy vs complacency- A choice or a risk

One's complacency is what shall decide one's own safety and well being and that of one's family and peers

Third wave of COVID-19 is easily preventable

In all likelihood, if people follow the precautions of wearing a mask, maintaining social distance and using hand sanitizer and if sixty percent of the country is vaccinated, there may not be a third one.

कोरोना संकट और देश के वर्तमान हालात: कुछ आशाएँ, कुछ उम्मीदें

लॉकडाउन में ढील शुरू हुई है लेकिन संकट अभी टला नहीं है, इस बात का हमें लगातार ध्यान रखना है।

Covid and the melancholy

The threat of a third wave looms huge, and we do not know how many will thereafter.

Why compulsory licencing seems to be the only viable option to tackle COVID in India?

Compulsory licensing is an extreme measure, which comes with many consequences. To tackle an extremely severe disease, an extreme step is quintessential, for which Government should be preparing nonetheless.

कोरोना की दूसरी लहर की अधिक भयावहता का असली जिम्मेदार कौन?

यह देश तो हर संकट से जीत ही जाएगा। हो सकता है अभिमन्यु को अपना बलिदान करना पड़े। किंतु अर्जुन का मनोबल बनाए रखना आवश्यक है।

Is India prepared to counter another COVID-19 wave?

Probably, we failed to understand that unless 60-70% population achieve immunity (herd immunity stage), ‘No one is safe until everyone is safe’.

Corona and rights to live: Timely treatment to the needy

Center government is doing good in this epidemic but what about state governments?

Compliments, criticism or just complaints by Lutyens media and opposition party leaders about Corona virus in India

Is India’s war against the deadly pandemic as bad as the “fake” media and/or political leaders of the non-BJP parties make of it?

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